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Does a higher income contribute to divorce?

When a couple marries, it is with the hope that they will grow their relationship – and their nest egg – together. Both people want to succeed in their respective careers, and doing so over the subsequent years is satisfying providing anything and everything they wanted.

How do you approach property division in a divorce case?

Our readers in Illinois know that, in a divorce case, they will need to address quite a few issues that can become contentious. Of all the issues involved in a divorce case, the one that will likely have the greatest impact on your financial situation for years to come is the property division process. So, how do Illinois residents approach this delicate issue in their own divorce cases?

Review of parental relocation laws in Illinois

Many people in Rockford and throughout Illinois may need to move over the summer. Parents, whether married or not, may need to move their families for a number of reasons. For instance, a parent may have a better job opportunity or may need to move to be closer to other relatives. In some instances, a parent may even want to relocate to get out of an abusive situation.

How does child support work if I am seasonally employed?

Many people in the Rockford area have what is often called seasonal employment. For instance, during these months of summer, construction workers, landscapers, and people who work on air conditioners may put in 60 to 80 hour weeks and thus get huge paychecks in the short term.

What is a stock option and how might it affect divorce?

Some professionals and executives who work in the Rockford area may receive what are called "stock options" from their employers. These options can prove to be a valuable benefit and can be subject to a great deal of controversy in a divorce or legal separation.

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